GBA October 28, 2008 MCCCD Governing Board Action Items

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CONSENT AGENDA

ACTION ITEM


Governing Board Agenda


Meeting Date
:
October 28
, 2008


Item Number


Item Title

Responsible Agents







Curriculum


Dr. Maria Harper
-
Marinick



Recommendatio
n


The curriculum proposals attached have been processed through all procedures established

by the Maricopa County Community Colleges.


It is recommended that the proposals be approved as submitted.


AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS
:
Please refer to the curriculum Summar
y on page 2 for a complete

listing of all program and course proposals.











Justification













Funding

Approvals/Certifications


Source
:







Account Identification
:








Chancellor ___________________
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_________

Academic
& Student Affairs_______
_
_______

Business Services_______________
_
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Human Resources__________ ITS _
_
_
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Res Dev & Cmty Affairs_______
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College President_____________
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2

GBA
October 28
, 2008

MCCCD Governing Board Action Items

Curriculum Summary


COURSE PROPOSALS:


Course Modifications
……………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
……………
……………………page
4


EMCC

FON120


RSC

CSR12
9, CSR264, EDU208, EDU208AB, EDU217, SPA205, SPA206



New Courses
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………page
9


GCC

DAN131PA, DAN132PA, DAN133PA, DAN134PA, DAN135PA, DAN136PA, DAN231PA,
DAN232PA, DAN233PA, DAN234PA, DAN235PA,

DAN236PA


SCC

JRN101



PROGRAM PROPOSALS
:



Occupational Program

Modification
s (
OPM
)
………………………
………
………………………………………
……………………………………page
1
3


EMCC

AAS/3816

Networking Technology: Cisco


Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC

1
3



CCL/5967

Networking Technology: Cisco


Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC,

18



CCL/5969

Networking Administration: Cisco


Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC, PC (Mor), SMCC

20



MCC

AAS/3208

Networking System Administration

22


CCL/5123

Network Administration: UNIX
-
Solaris

25


CCL/5124

Network Ad
ministration: Microsoft Windows

26


CCL/5205

Network Administration: Cisco Network Associate

28


CCL/5328

Network Administration: Cisco Network Professional

30


CCL/5188

Network Security

31



RSC

AAS/3810

Quality Customer Service

33


CCL/5496

Insurance Cla
ims and Losses: Customer Service

37




Academic Program Modification (APM)
…………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………page 38


DO

ABUS(
GR
)

Associate in
Business

Degree


General Requirements

38


Shared by: District Wide



Note
:
*Indicates Addition of Occ
upational Program from OPM process



3

CURRICULUM ACTIVITY
:
COURSES FOR
October 28
, 2008


Total Course Proposals Submitted (
21

with
0

modules added,

0 X
-
refs added

and
,
0

X
-
refs deleted)

Proposal Type/Outcomes

CGCC

EMCC

GWCC

GCC

MCC

PVCC

PC

RSC

SCC

SMCC

D
ist

Totals

Course Modification (CM)


1






7




8

Course Deletions












0

CM: X
-
Ref Added (new
course generated)












0

CM: Modules Added (new
courses generated)












0

CM: Variation
Credits/Periods Module
Added (new courses
genera
ted)












0

New Course (excludes
above CM additions)




12





1



13

Total Courses

College Columns

0

1

0

12

0

0

0

7

1

0

0

21

Overall New Courses
Generated for MCCCD

0

0

0

12

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

13

Overall Course
Modifications Generated
for MCCCD

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

7

0

0

0

8

*Exp = Experimental Courses

# = AES or MIR (Aerospace Studies or Military Science)


CURRICULUM ACTIVITY
:
PROGRAMS FOR
October 28
, 2008


Total Program Proposals Submitted (
12
, with
0

Program Addition(s))

Proposal Type/Outcomes

CGCC

EM
CC

GWCC

GCC

MCC

PVCC

PC

RSC

SCC

SMCC

Dist

Totals

Occupational Program
Deletions (OPD)












0

New Occupational Program
(NOP) (college specific)












0

NOP
-
Shared (*primary college)












0

Occupational Program
Modification (OPM)


3



6



2




11

OPM
-
Program Additions

(new
programs generated)












0

OPM
-
Program Additions
-
shared (^primary college)












0

OPM
-
Change in Availability
(sh
ared, new programs
generated, *
primary college)












0

A
PM
-
Change in Availability
(
pr
ograms no longer offered
)












0

Academic Program Deletions
(APD)












0

New Academic Program (NAP)
(college specific)












0

NAP
-
Shared (*primary college)












0

Academic Program
Modification (APM)











1

1

APM
-
Program Ad
ditions
-
college specific (new programs
generated)












0

APM
-
Change in Availability
(new program generated)












0

MCCCD New Programs
Generated

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

MCCCD Modified Programs
Generated

0

3

0

0

6

0

0

2

0

0

1

12


Shared Progr
ams include programs offered by two or more colleges and District Wide Programs
are
offered by all 10 colleges.

NOTE
:
Program attachments use strikeovers to signify deletion of program information. Text in bold print signifies additions to the

program.

ATTACHMENT: CM

COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



ACT

CREDITS

PERIO
DS


4

PR
ESENT:


CSR129

Advocate
-
Driven Medication Procedures Lab

LAB

1.0

2.0


Laboratory for advocate
-
driven medication customer service representatives.
Computerized database usage emphasized. Patient eligibility, accounts,
correspondence and claims included.

Pr
erequisites: CSR128.

Course Note: CSR129 may be repeated for a
total of two (2) credit hours.


PROPOSED:

(Change in: Credits From: 1.0 To: 2.0, Periods From: 2.0 To: 4.0,
Load From: 1.7 To: 3.4, Course Notes
, Repeats
.)


CSR129

Advocate
-
Driven Medica
tion Pr
ocedures Lab

LAB

2.0

4.0


Laboratory for advocate
-
driven medication customer service representatives.
Computerized database usage emphasized. Patient eligibility, accounts,
correspondence and claims included.

Prerequisites: CSR128.


Type: O


College: RSC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________



PRESENT:


CSR264

Insurance Claims


L+L

3.0

4.0


Examination of policies and claims in the auto insurance industry. Covers
management guidelines for exi
sting claims, assigned risk policies, and claims
procedures. New claim set
-

up and claim modifications emphasized.

Prerequisites:

Permission of Department or Division.


PROPOSED:

(
Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline.)


CSR264

Insurance Claims


L
+L

3.0

4.0


Examination of policies and claims in the auto insurance industry. Covers
management guidelines for existing claims and claims procedures. New claim set
-

up
and claim modifications emphasized.

Prerequisites:

Permission of Department or Division
.


Type: O


College: RSC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________



ATTACHMENT: CM

COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



ACT

CREDITS

PERIO
DS


5

PRESENT:


EDU208

Introduction to Structured English Immersion

LEC

1.0

1.0


Emphasis on understanding English Language Learner
s (ELL) in the mainstream
classroom. Brief history, culture, theory, methods, and an introduction to both the
English Language Proficiency (ELP) standards and the Stanford English Language
Proficiency (SELP) test covered. Includes review of alternative met
hods of
assessment.

Prerequisites: None.


PROPOSED:

(
Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline.)


EDU208

Introduction to Structured English Immersion

LEC

1.0

1.0


Description: Emphasis on understanding English Language Learners (ELL) in the
mainstream

classroom. Brief history, culture, theory, methods, and an introduction
to both the English Language Proficiency (ELP) standards and the state
-
mandated
English language proficiency assessment test covered. Includes review of
alternative methods of assessm
ent.

Prerequisites: None.


Type: A


College: RSC

Effective: 2009 Spring

________________________________________________________________________________



PRESENT:


EDU208AB

Introduction To English Language Proficiency


Standards And Assessment


LEC

0.50

0.50


Introduction to the English Language Proficiency standards and the Stanford English
Language Proficiency (SELP) test. Includes review of alternative methods of
assessment.

Prerequisites: None.


PROPOSED:

(
Change in: Description, Competencies, Outli
ne.)


EDU208AB

Introduction To English Language Proficiency


Standards And Assessment


LEC

0.50

0.50


Introduction to the English Language Proficiency standards and the state
-
mandated
English language proficiency assessment test. Includes review of altern
ative
methods of assessment.

Prerequisites: None.


Type: A


College: RSC

Effective: 2009 Spring

________________________________________________________________________________



ATTACHMENT: CM

COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



ACT

CREDITS

PERIO
DS


6

PRESENT:


EDU217

Methods For The Structured English Immersion


(SEI)/ESL S
tudent


LEC

3.0

3.0


Methods of planning, developing, and analyzing lesson plans in all content areas to
meet English Language Learners (ELL) Standards. Emphasis on components of
curriculum content, teaching strategies, development and evaluation/adaptatio
n of
teaching materials, and the role of culture in learning. Examines the alignment of
ELL Proficiency Standards to the Arizona Language Arts Academic Standards. Covers
multiple assessment techniques, tracking of student progress using the Stanford
Englis
h Language Proficiency (SELP), and use of assessment results for placement
and accommodation.

Prerequisites: Formal admission to a state approved undergraduate teacher
preparation program and (EDU220 or EPD220 or EDU225).

Course Note: Approved school
-
base
d practicum is required. EDU217 incorporates
curricular framework for the 45
-
clock hour requirement for SEI endorsement through
the Arizona Department of Education. Design
ed for undergraduate students.


PROPOSED:

(
Change in: Description, Competencies, Outl
ine.)


EDU217

Methods For The Structured English Immersion


(SEI)/ESL Student


LEC

3.0

3.0


Methods of planning, developing, and analyzing lesson plans in all content areas to
meet English Language Learners (ELL) Standards. Emphasis on components of
curri
culum content, teaching strategies, development and evaluation/adaptation of
teaching materials, and the role of culture in learning. Examines the alignment of
ELL Proficiency Standards to the Arizona Language Arts Academic Standards. Covers
multiple asses
sment techniques, tracking of student progress using the state
-
mandated English language proficiency assessment, and use of assessment results for
placement and accommodation.

Prerequisites: Formal admission to a state approved undergraduate teacher
prepar
ation program and (EDU220 or EPD220 or EDU225).

Course Note: Approved school
-
based practicum is required. EDU217 incorporates
curricular framework for the 45
-
clock hour requirement for SEI endorsement through
the Arizona Department of Education. Design
ed f
or undergraduate students.


Type: A


College: RSC

Effective: 2009 Spring

________________________________________________________________________________



ATTACHMENT: CM

COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



ACT

CREDITS

PERIO
DS


7

PRESENT:


FON120

Baking Theory
a
nd Retail Operations


L+L

3.0

5.0


Baking principles to include de
tailed study of ingredients, heat transfer, and
recipe conversions. Basic business operations for a retail bakery including bakery
product line and floor plan design.

Prerequisites:

None.


PROPOSED:

(
Change in: Activity Type From: L+L To: LEC, Periods Fro
m: 5
.0

To: 3
.0
,
Load From: 4.4 To: 3.
0.
)


FON120

Baking Theory
a
nd Retail Operations


L
EC

3.0

3
.0


Baking principles to include detailed study of ingredients, heat transfer, and
recipe conversions. Basic business operations for a retail bakery including ba
kery
product line and floor plan design.

Prerequisites:

None.


Type: O


Col
l
e
ge: EMCC

Effective: 2009 Spring

________________________________________________________________________________



PRESENT:


SPA205

Spanish
f
or Medical Interpretation I

LEC

3.0

3.0


Introduction to Spanish interpretation for medical interpreters. Covers code of
ethics, national standards and medical interpreter's responsibilities as well as
cultural awareness and interpretation laws. Translation for first responders
included.

Pr
erequisites:

SPA102 or SPA118 or permission of Department or Division.


PROPOSED:

(
Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline.)


SPA205

Spanish
f
or Medical Interpretation I

LEC

3.0

3.0


Introduction to Spanish interpretation for medical interpreters. Co
vers code of
ethics, national standards and medical interpreter's responsibilities as well as
cultural awareness and legal issues. Interpretation for first responders included.


Prerequisites:

SPA102 or SPA118 or permission of Department or Division.


Type
: A


College: RSC

Effective: 2009 Spring

________________________________________________________________________________



ATTACHMENT: CM

COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



ACT

CREDITS

PERIO
DS


8

PRESENT:


SPA206

Spanish For Medical Interpretation II

LEC

3.0

3.0


Continuation of Spanish interpretation for medical interpreter
s. Medical vocabulary
and translation emphasized.

Prerequisites:

SPA205 or permission of Department or Division.


PROPOSED:

(
Change in: Description.)


SPA206

Spanish For Medica
l Interpretation II

LEC

3.0

3.0


Continuation of Spanish interpretation for med
ical interpreters. Medical vocabulary
and translation relating to human anatomy and physiology emphasized.

Prerequisites:

SPA205 or permission of Department or Division.


Type: A


College: RSC

Effective: 2009 Spring

_______________________________________
_________________________________________




ATTACHMENT: NC

NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



ACT

CREDITS

PERIODS


9


DAN131PA

Ballet Basic Level


L+L:

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal skill development and interest. Introduction to the
theory and practice of ballet at the basic level.

Prerequisites: None. Prior dance exp
erience suggested but not required.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DAN131PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

_____________________________________________________________
___________________



DAN132PA

Modern Dance Basic Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal skill development and interest. Introduction to the
theory and practice of modern dance at the basic level.

Prerequisites: None. Prior dance experience sugges
ted but not required.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DAN132PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

___________________________________________________________________________
_____



DAN133PA

Modern Jazz Basic Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal skill development and interest. Introduction to the
theory and practice of modern jazz dance at the basic level.

Prerequisites: None. Prior dance experience suggested but no
t required.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DAN133PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________



DA
N134PA

Ballet Beginning Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal skill development and interest. Theory and practice of
ballet at the beginning level.

Prerequisites: DAN131PA or permission of Department or Division.

Course Notes: Course is not inten
ded for dance majors. DAN134PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________


ATTACHMENT: NC

NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



ACT

CREDITS

PERIODS


10


DAN135PA

Modern Dance Beginning Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal skill development and interest. Theory and practice of
modern dance at the beginning level
.

Prerequisites: DAN132PA or permission of Department or Division.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DAN135PA m
ay be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________



DAN136PA

Modern Jazz Beginning Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal
skill development and interest. Introduction to the
theory and practice of modern jazz dance at the beginning level. Development of
movement quality and performance skills.

Prerequisites: DAN133PA or permission of Department or Division.

Course Notes: Cour
se is not intended for dance majors. DAN136PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________



DAN231PA

Ballet Intermediate Lev
el


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal skill development and interest. Theory and practice of
ballet at the intermediate level.

Prerequisites: DAN134PA or permission of Department or Division.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DA
N231PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________



DAN232PA

Modern Dance Intermediate Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training f
or personal skill development and interest. Theory and practice of
modern dance at the intermediate level.

Prerequisites: DAN135PA or permission of Department or Division.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DAN232PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________


ATTACHMENT: NC

NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



ACT

CREDITS

PERIODS


11


DAN233PA

Modern Jazz Intermediate Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal skill developme
nt and interest. Introduction to the
theory and practice of modern jazz dance at the intermediate level.

Prerequisites: DAN136PA or permission of Department or Division.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DAN233PA may be repeated for
a
total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________



DAN234PA

Ballet Advanced Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal skill development and inter
est. Theory and practice of
ballet at the advanced level.

Prerequisites: DAN231PA or permission of Department or Division.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DAN234PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

College:

GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________



DAN235PA

Modern Dance Advanced Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal development and interest. Theory and practice of modern
dance at the

advanced level. Development of movement quality and performance
skills.

Prerequisites: DAN232PA or permission of Department or Division.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DAN235PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


T
ype: A

College: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________



DAN236PA

Modern Jazz Advanced Level


L+L

0.5

1.5


Dance training for personal skill development and interest. Introduction to the
th
eory and practice of modern jazz dance at the
advanced

level.

Prerequisites: DAN233PA or permission of Department or Division.

Course Notes: Course is not intended for dance majors. DAN236PA may be repeated for
a total of one (1) credit hour.


Type: A

Coll
ege: GCC

Effective: 2008 Fall

________________________________________________________________________________


ATTACHMENT: NC

NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



ACT

CREDITS

PERIODS


12


JRN101

Professional Writing Fundamentals

Lec

3.0

3.0


Examines the fundamentals of grammar, punctuation, spelling, style and structure
necessa
ry in professional writing fields, including media writing.

Prerequisites: Placement in ENG101 on District approved English Placement Test, or
a grade of C or better in ENG071.


Type: A

College: SCC

Effective: 2009 Spring

__________________________________
______________________________________________



ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



13

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking Technology: Cisco

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating College:
EMCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC

Ove
rall G.P.A.:
2.00


Total Credits:65


Major Code:
3816

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Jim Nichols


Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer


Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Prog
ram Credits To: 60
-
64


Description: A Cisco Systems recognized Regional or Local Academy, prepares students for industry
-
recognized
certification. The curriculum is taught by Cisco Systems Certified Professionals. The Associate in Applied
Science (AAS) in
Networking Technology: Cisco provides training for a supervisory position working with Cisco
Systems networking and Internet hardware. Knowledge and skills are developed to install, configure, maintain,
and troubleshoot Cisco routers and components, advanc
ed routing protocols, Local Area Networks (LANs), and
Wide Area Networks (WANs);
use the MS
-
DOS operating systems;

troubleshoot problems with various common
hardware and software configurations; perform administrative tasks in a network; develop methods fo
r customer
service
; and describe the basic components of electronic systems
. Courses in the program also prepare
students for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate examination.


Job Description: A Cisco networking Administrator will be required to perfo
rm various tasks such as designing,
installing, maintaining and troubleshooting Cisco routers and components, Local Area Networks (LANs), and
Wide Area Networks (WANs). Additional skills that are necessary include
using the MS
-
DOS operating systems,

troubl
eshooting problems with various common hardware and software configurations, performing administrative
tasks in a network, developing methods for customer service, and utilizing electronic systems.


Job Opportunities: Cisco systems is the world's largest m
anufacturer of networking and Internet hardware and
has seen tremendous growth of market share. The employment opportunities for trained Networking
Administrators are outstanding.


Program Notes:

Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course
listed in the “Required Courses” area.

+ indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

++ indicates any Module

A course cannot be used to satisfy both the Required Course and Restricted Electives Area.


Admission Criteria: None


Program Prerequis
ites: None


Required Courses: Credits:

25

20
-
24


BPC/CIS121AB

MS
-
DOS Operating System I

1

+

BPC170

Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep

3


CIS102

Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills for IT Professionals

1



A course cannot be used to satisfy both the Re
quired Course and Restricted Electives Area.


CIS126DA

UNIX Operating System (3) OR


CIS126AA

UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) AND

+

CIS126BA

UNIX Operating System: Level II (1) AND

+

CIS126CA

UNIX Operating System: Level III (1) OR

+

CIS191

Novell NetWa
re System Administration (3) OR

++

CIS126

UNIX/Linux Operating System (Any Module) (3) OR


++

MST150

Microsoft Windows Professional
(Any Module)
(3)

3

ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



14

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking Technology: Cisco

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating Colle
ge:
EMCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC

Overall G.P.A.:
2.00


Total Credits:65


Major Code:
3816

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Jim Nichols


Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer


Inform
ation Systems (12)


(AAS in Networking Technology: Cisco continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 60
-
64



CNT140

Cisco Networking Basics

4

+

CNT150

Cisco Networking Router Technologies

4

+

CNT160

Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing

3

+

CNT170

Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies

3


ELT100

Survey of Electronics

3


One of the following 2 tracks must be fulfilled:


Track 1


Exploration:
Credits: 14
-

18


CNT140

Cisco Net
working Basics (4) OR


CNT140AA

Cisco Networking Fundamentals (4) OR


CNT138

CCNA Discovery
-

Networking for Home and Small Businesses (3) AND

+ CNT148

CCNA Discovery
-

Working at a Small
-
to
-
Medium Business



or Internet Service Provider (3)

4
-
6


+

CNT
150

Cisco Networking Router Technologies (4) OR

+

CNT150AA

Cisco Routing Protocols and Concepts (4)

4

+

CNT160

Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing (3) OR

+

CNT160AA

Cisco Local Area Networking (LAN) Switching and Wireless (4)

3
-
4

+

CNT170

Cis
co Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies (3) OR

+

CNT170AA

Cisco Accessing the Wide
-
Area Network (WAN) (4)

3
-
4


Track 2


Discovery:
Credits: 14


CNT138

CCNA Discovery
-

Networking for Home and Small Businesses

3

+

CNT148

CCNA Discovery
-

Working at a Sma
ll
-
to
-
Medium Business



or Internet Service Provider

3

+

CNT158

CCNA Discovery
-

Introduction to Routing and Switching



in the Enterprise

4

+

CNT168

CCNA Discovery
-

Designing and Supporting Computer Networks

4


Restricted Electives: Credits: 15


BPC11
0

Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR


CIS105

Survey of Computer Information Systems (3)

3


A course cannot be used to satisfy both the Required Course and Restricted Electives area.

++

CIS126
DA

UNIX
/Linux

Operating System
(Any Module)

(3) OR


CIS126AA

UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) AND

+

CIS126BA

UNIX Operating System: Level II (1) AND

+

CIS126CA

UNIX Operating System: Level III (1) OR

+

CIS191

Novell NetWare System Administration (3) OR

++

MST150

Microsoft Windows Professional
(Any Module)
(3)

3

ATTACHMENT: OPM

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MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



15

P
roposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking Technology: Cisco

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating College:
EMCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC

Overall G.P.A.:
2.00


Total Credits:65


Major Code:
381
6

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Jim Nichols


Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer


Information Systems (12)


(AAS in Networking Technology: Cisco continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Progra
m Credits To: 60
-
64


+

CIS190

Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) OR


MST140

Microsoft Networking Essentials (3)

3


+

CIS270

Essentials of Network and Information Security

3


+

CIS296WA

Cooperative Education (1) OR

+

CIS296WB

Cooperative Education (2)

OR

+

CIS296WC

Cooperative Education (3) OR

+

CIS296WD

Cooperative Education (4)

1
-
4



CIS298AA

Special Projects (1) OR


CIS298AB

Special Projects (2) OR


CIS298AC

Special Projects (3)

1
-
3


+

MST145

Microsoft Client System Administration

3

+

MST240

Microso
ft Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)

3



BPC/
CIS121AB

MS
-
DOS Operating System I

1


CIS102

Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills for IT Professionals

1


CIS110

Home Entertainment and Computer Networking

3


ELT100

Survey of Electro
nics

3


BPC/CIS224

Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows

3

+

CNT145

Voice and Data Cabling

4

+

CNT181

Cisco Securing IOS Networks

4

+

CNT182

Cisco Secure PIX Firewall Configuration

3

+

CNT183

Cisco Secure Virtual Private Network Configuration


3

+

CNT184

Cisco Secure Intrusion Detection Systems

4

+

CNT185

Cisco Network Security

4

+

CNT186

Fundamentals of Wireless LANs

4

+

CNT187

Cisco SAFE Implementation

3

+

CNT190

Cisco Network Design

3

++

CNT2XX

Any 200 level course with a CNT Prefix

1
-
4

+

BPC270

Microcomputer Maintenance II

3

+

BPC273

Advanced Server Computer Maintenance: Server+ Prep

3

+

CIS127DL

Linux Utilities

3

+

CIS238DL

Linux System Administration

3

+

CIS239DL

Linux Shell Scripting

3

+

CIS240DL

Linux Network Administration

3

+

CIS
241DL

Apache Web Server Administration (Linux/Unix)

3

+

CIS271DL

Linux Security

3

+

CIS274DL

Linux Enterprise Network Security

3

ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



16

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking Technology: Cisco

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating College:
EMCC

Effective Firs
t Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC

Overall G.P.A.:
2.00


Total Credits:65


Major Code:
3816

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Jim Nichols


Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer


Information Systems (12)


(A
AS in Networking Technology: Cisco continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 60
-
64


+

MST152 any mod

Microsoft Windows Server

3

+

MST155

Implementing Windows Network Infrastructure

3

+

MST
157

Implementing Windows Directory Services

3

+

MST232

Managing a Windows Network Environment

3

+

CIS250

Management of Information Systems

3


CIS280

Current Topics in Computing

3

+

CIS290AA

Computer Information Systems Internship (1) OR

+

CIS290AB

Computer

Information Systems Internship (2) OR

+

CIS290AC

Computer Information Systems Internship (3)

1
-
3


Free Electives: None


General Education:

General Education: Credits
: 25


CORE: Credits: 15

First
-
Year Composition

+


ENG101

First
-
Year Composition (3)
OR

3



ENG107

First
-
Year Composition for ESL (3)


+


ENG102

First
-
Year Composition (3)
OR

3



ENG108

First
-
Year Composition for ESL (3) OR



ENG111

Technical Writing


Oral Communication



COM100

Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR



COM110

Interperso
nal Communication (3) OR

+


COM230

Small Group Communication (3)

3



Any approved general education course in the Communication area

3


Critical Reading

+


CRE101

Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR

3




Equivalent by assessment


Mathematics

+


MAT102

Mathematical Concepts/Applications

3



Any Approved General Education course with a MAT prefix

3




ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



17

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking Technology: Cisco

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating College:
EMCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Prog
ram Availability:
Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC

Overall G.P.A.:
2.00


Total Credits:65


Major Code:
3816

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Jim Nichols


Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer


Information Systems (12)


(AAS in Networking Technolog
y: Cisco continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 60
-
64


DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10


Humanities and Fine Arts



Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area

3


Social and Behavioral Sciences



Any approved general education course in the Social and Behavioral Sciences area

3


Natural Sciences


Any approved general education course in the Natural Sciences area

4

ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



18

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Net
working Technology: Cisco

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
EMCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC,


GWCC, PC (Mor)

Overall G.P.A.:
2.00

Total Credits:21


Major Code:
5967

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Jim N
ichols

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer


Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits: 20
-
24


Description:

A Cisco Systems recognized Regional or Local Academy pr
epares students for industry
-
recognized
certification. The curriculum is taught by Cisco Systems Certified Professionals. The Certificate of Completion
(CCL) in Networking Technology: Cisco provides training for a supervisory position working with Cisco Sy
stems
networking and Internet hardware. Knowledge and skills are developed to install, configure, maintain, and
troubleshoot Cisco routers and components, advanced routing protocols, Local Area Networks (LANs), and Wide
Area Networks (WANs). The courses in

the program also prepare students for the Cisco Certified Networking
Associate examination.


Program Notes:

Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.

+ indicates course has prerequisite and/or coreq
uisites

++ indicates Any Module


Admission Criteria: None


Program Prerequisites: None


Required Courses:

Required Courses:
Credits 20
-
24


BPC/
CIS121AB

MS
-
DOS Operating System I

1

+

BPC170

Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep

3

++

CIS126

UNIX/Linux Operating Sy
stem (3) (Any Module) OR


++

MST150

Microsoft Windows Professional (Any Module) (3)

3


CIS126DA

UNIX Operating System (3) OR


CIS126AA

UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) AND


+

CIS126BA

UNIX Operating System: Level II (1) AND


+

CIS126CA

UNIX Operating Sys
tem: Level III (1) OR


+

CIS191

Novell NetWare System Administration (3) OR



MST150

Microsoft Windows Professional (3)

3


CNT140

Cisco Networking Basics

4

+

CNT150

Cisco Networking Router Technologies

4

+

CNT160

Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Rou
ting

3

+

CNT170

Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies

3


ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



19

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking Technology: Cisco

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
EMCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
Shared by: CGCC, EMCC,
GCC,


GWCC, PC (Mor)

Overall G.P.A.:
2.00

Total Credits:21


Major Code:
5967

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Jim Nichols

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer


Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletion
s)


(CCL in Netwroking Technology: Cisco continued)


Proposed Total Program Credits: 20
-
24


One of the following 2 tracks must be fulfilled:


Track 1


Exploration:
Credits: 14
-

18


CNT140

Cisco Networking Basics (4) OR


CNT140AA

Cisco Networking Fundam
entals (4) OR


CNT138

CCNA Discovery
-

Networking for Home and Small Businesses (3) AND

+

CNT148

CCNA Discovery
-

Working at a Small
-
to
-
Medium Business



or Internet Service Provider (3)

4
-
6


+

CNT150

Cisco Networking Router Technologies (4) OR

+

CNT150A
A

Cisco Routing Protocols and Concepts (4)

4

+

CNT160

Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing (3) OR

+

CNT160AA

Cisco Local Area Networking (LAN) Switching and Wireless (4)

3
-
4

+

CNT170

Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies (3) OR

+

CNT170AA

Cisco Accessing the Wide
-
Area Network (WAN) (4)

3
-
4


Track 2


Discovery:
Credits: 14


CNT138

CCNA Discovery
-

Networking for Home and Small Businesses

3

+

CNT148

CCNA Discovery
-

Working at a Small
-
to
-
Medium Business



or Internet Service Provider

3

+

CNT158

CCNA Discovery
-

Introduction to Routing and Switching



in the Enterprise

4

+

CNT168

CCNA Discovery
-

Designing and Supporting Computer Networks

4



Restricted Electives: None


Free Electives: None


General Education: None

ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



20

Proposal Development T
ype:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking Administration: Cisco

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
EMCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC,
PC (Mor), SMCC

Overall G.P.A.:
2.00


Total Credits:
14



Major Code:

596
9

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Jim Nichols

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits: 14
-
18


Description: A Cisco Systems recogn
ized Regional or Local Academy prepares students for industry
-
recognized
certification. The curriculum is taught by Cisco Systems Certified Professionals. The Certificate of Completion
(CCL) in Networking Administration: Cisco provides training for a posit
ion working with Cisco Systems
networking and Internet hardware. Knowledge and skills are developed to install, configure, maintain, and
troubleshoot Cisco routers and components, advanced routing protocols, Local Area Networks (LANs), and Wide
Area Networ
ks (WANs). The courses in the program also prepare students for the Cisco Certified Networking
Associate examination.


Program Notes:

Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.

+ indicates course has
prerequisite and/or corequisites


Admission Criteria: None


Program Prerequisites: None


Required Courses:
Credits 14
-
18


CNT140

Cisco Networking Basics

4


CNT150

Cisco Networking Router Technologies

4


CNT160

Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routin
g

3


CNT170

Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies

3


One of the following 2 tracks must be fulfilled:


Track 1


Exploration:
Credits: 14
-

18


CNT140

Cisco Networking Basics (4) OR


CNT140AA

Cisco Networking Fundamentals (4) OR


CNT138

CCNA Discov
ery
-

Networking for Home and Small Businesses (3) AND

+

CNT148

CCNA Discovery
-

Working at a Small
-
to
-
Medium Business



or Internet Service Provider (3)

4
-
6


+

CNT150

Cisco Networking Router Technologies (4) OR

+

CNT150AA

Cisco Routing Protocols and Co
ncepts (4)

4

+

CNT160

Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing (3) OR

+

CNT160AA

Cisco Local Area Networking (LAN) Switching and Wireless (4)

3
-
4

+

CNT170

Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies (3) OR

+

CNT170AA

Cisco Accessing the Wide
-
Area Ne
twork (WAN) (4)

3
-
4


ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



21

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking Administration: Cisco

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
EMCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC,
PC (Mor), SMCC

Overall G.P.
A.:
2.00


Total Credits:
14



Major Code:

5969

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Jim Nichols

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


(CCL in Networking Administration: Cisco continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike
throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits: 14
-
18


Track 2


Discovery:
Credits: 14


CNT138

CCNA Discovery
-

Networking for Home and Small Businesses

3

+

CNT148

CCNA Discovery
-

Working at a Small
-
to
-
Medium Business




or Internet Service Prov
ider

3

+

CNT158

CCNA Discovery
-

Introduction to Routing and Switching




in the Enterprise

4

+

CNT168

CCNA Discovery
-

Designing and Supporting Computer Networks

4



Restricted Electives: None


Free Electives: None


General Education: None


ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



22

Proposal De
velopment Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking System Administration

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
63


Major Code:
3208

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initi
ator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 66


Description:

The
AAS (
Associate in Applied Science
)

(AAS)

in Network System Administration provides
students with background knowledge and skills required for learning the specific tasks and industry recognized
standards associated with computer networks and data communications. The student will develop skills an
d
knowledge required to perform local area network administration and management. The curriculum combines
course in network administration with a General Education
Education

component.


Program Notes:

+ indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

++ indicates any module.

Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.

The Network core courses will also prepare students towards certification in Microsoft and Novell.


Admission Criteria:None


Program Prerequisites: Cr
edits:
6

3


CIS105

Survey of Computer Information Systems

3


CRE101

Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR



Equivalent by assessment

3


Required Courses:Credits
29
-
31

32


CIS105

Survey of Computer Information Systems

3

+

BPC170

Computer Maintenance I:

A+ Essentials Prep
(3) OR

3

+

BPC270

Microcomputer Maintenance II: A+ Technician Prep
(3)


3


CIS109++

LAN Operations & Concepts (Any module)

1
-
2


CIS126++

Unix Operating System (Any module)

3


CSC178

Programming in the Unix Environment (3)

3

+

CIS162++

C Programming I (Any module) (3) OR

+

CIS163AA

Java Programming: Level I
(3)

3

+

CIS191++

Novell NetWare System Administration (Any module) (3) OR

+

CIS175DB

Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (3) OR

+

MST150++

Microsoft Windows Professional
(Any module)
(3)


3


CIS240

Local Area Network Planning and Design

3

+

CIS266

Network Service and Support

4

+

CIS270

Essentials of Network and Information Security

3



CNT140

Cisco Networking Basics (4) OR


CNT140AA

Cisco Networking Fundamentals (4)

4


+

C
IS190

Introduction to Local Area Networks (3)

3
-
4


ELE100

Concept of Electricity and Electronics

3


TQM240

Project Management in Quality Organizations

3


ATTACHMENT: OPM

OCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



23

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking System Administration

Award Type:
AAS

Initiatin
g College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
63


Major Code:
3208

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (
12)


(AAS in Networking System Administration continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 66


Restricted Electives:

Credits: 12

May select any courses except courses used to satisfy require
d courses


+

CIS175CB

Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure

2

+

CIS175CC

Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Networking Services Infrastructure

2

+

CIS175CE

Supporting a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

3

+

CIS175
CF

Implementing and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory



Services

3


CIS175CG

Designing a Secure Microsoft Windows 2000 Network

3

+

CIS238

Advanced Unix System Administration

3

+

CIS238DL

Linux System Administration

3

+

CIS238US

Unix Security

3

+

CIS240DL

Linux Network Administration

3

+

CIS247DA

Cyber Forensics and Incident Handling

3

+

CIS271DL

Linux Security

3


CIS191

Novell Netware System Administration

3

+

MST150++

Microsoft Windows Professional (Any module)

3


MST15
2
DA

Microsoft Windows 20
00 Professional

4


MST15
2
DB

Microsoft Windows 2003 Professional

4

+

MST155

Implementing Windows Network Infrastructure

3

+

MST157

Implementing Windows Directory Services

3

+

MST240

Microsoft Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCM/IP)

3

+

MS
T253

Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure

3

+

CNT150

Cisco Networking Router Technologies

4

+

CNT150AA

Cisco Routing Protocols and Concepts

4

+

CNT160

Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing

3

+

CNT160AA

Cisco Local
Area Networking (LAN) Switching and Wireless

4

+

CNT170

Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies

3

+

CNT170AA

Cisco Accessing the Wide
-
Area Network (WAN)

4

+

CNT181

Cisco Securing IOS Networks

4

+

CNT182

Cisco Secure PIX Firewall Configuration

3

+

CNT20
0

CCNP: Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI)

4

+

CNT210

Cisco CCNP II: Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks

4

+

CNT220

Cisco CCNP: Building Multilayer Switched Networks

4

+

CNT230

Cisco CCNP IV: Optimizing Converged Networks

4

+

CNT240

Cisco Voice over IP

4

+

CNT145

Voice and Data Cabling

4

+

CNT185

Cisco Network Security

4

+

CNT186

Fundamentals of Wireless LANs

4

+

CSC
/EEE
120

Digital Design Fundamentals

4


ELE100

Concepts of Electricity and Electronics

3

+

ELT131

Digital and Logic Circ
uits

4

ATTACHMENT: OPM

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MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



24

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Networking System Administration

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
63


Major Code:
3208

CIPS
Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


(AAS in Networking System Administration continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Cre
dits To: 66


Free Electives:None


General Education:

Credits: 22
-
24

CORE: Credits: 12
-
14


First
-
Year Composition


ENG101

First
-
Year Composition (3) AND


ENG102

First
-
Year Composition (3)

6


Oral Communication


COM100

Introduction to Human Communication (
3) OR


COM225

Public Speaking (3) OR


COM230

Small Group Communication (3)

3


Critical Reading


Met by program prerequisites.

0


Mathematics


MAT150

College Algebra/Functions (5) OR


MAT151

College Algebra/Functions (4) OR


MAT152

College Algebra/Function
s (3)

3
-
5


DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10

Humanities and Fine Arts


PHI214

Business Ethics (3) OR


Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts Area

3




Social and Behavioral Sciences


ECN211

Macroeconomic Principles (3) OR


ECN212

Microeconomic Principles (3)

3


Natural Sciences


PHY101

Introduction to Physics

4

ATTACHMENT: OPM

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MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE:
10/28
/08



25

Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Network Administration: UNIX
-
Solaris

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Avail
ability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
29
-
32


Major Code:
5123

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = dele
tions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To:

26


Description:

The Certificate of Completion
(CCL)

in Network Administration: UNIX
-
Solaris provides students with
background knowledge and skills required for learning the specific tasks and industry recognized
standards
associated with computer networks and data communications. This program also prepares students to complete
the required certification tests for Solaris System Administration Level I.


Program Notes:

+ indicates course has prerequisite and/or core
quisites

++ indicates any module.

Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.

The Network core courses will also prepare students towards certification in Microsoft and Novell.


Admission Criteria:None


Program Prerequis
ites: Credits: 6


CIS105

Survey of Computer Information Systems

3


CRE101

Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR

3



Equivalent by assessment


Required Courses:
Credits:

29
-
32

26

+

BPC170

Computer Maintenance I: A+ Essentials Prep
(3) OR

3


+

BPC270

Mic
rocomputer Maintenance II (3)

3


CIS109++

LAN Operations & Concepts (Any module)

1
-
2

CIS126DA

Unix Operating Systems

3

+

CIS190

Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) OR



CNT140

Cisco Networking Basics (4)

OR


CNT140AA

Cisco Networking Fundamentals (4)

3
-
4
4



CIS175DB

Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (3) OR


MST150

Microsoft Windows Professional (3)

3

+

CIS226++

Internet/Intranet Server Administration (Any module) (3) OR


CNT150

Cisco Networking Router Technologies (4)

3
-
4

+

CIS238

Advanc
ed UNIX System Administration

3

+

CIS238US

Unix Security

3

+

CIS266

Network Service and Support

4

+

CIS270

Essentials of Network and Information Security

3


TQM240

Project Management in Quality Organizations

3


Restricted Electives:None


Free Electives:Non
e


General Education:None

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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Network Administration: Microsoft Windows

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credit
s:
28
-
31


Major Code:
5124

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 29
-
30


Descri
ption:

The
CCL (
Certificate of Completion
)

(CCL)

in Network Administration: Microsoft Windows provides
students with background knowledge and skills required for learning the specific tasks and industry recognized
standards associated with computer network
s and data communications. This program also prepares students to
complete the required certification tests for Microsoft
Windows 2000
Administrator.


Program Notes:

+ indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

++ indicates any module.

Students
must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.

The Network core courses will also prepare students towards certification in Microsoft and Novell.


Admission Criteria:None


Program Prerequisites: Credits: 6


CIS105

Survey of Computer

Information Systems

3



CRE101

Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR

3



Equivalent by assessment


Required Courses:Credits:

28
-
31

29
-
30

+

BPC170

Computer Maintenance I: A+ Essentials Prep
(3) OR

3

+

BPC270

Microcomputer Maintenance II: A+ Technician P
rep
(3)


3


CIS109++

LAN Operations & Concepts (Any module)

1
-
2


CIS126DA

Unix Operating System

3

+

CIS175CE

Supporting a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure (3) OR

+

MST155

Implementing Windows Network Infrastructure (3)

3


+

CIS175CF

Implementi
ng and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000



Directory (3) OR

+

MST157

Implementing Windows Directory Services (3) OR

+

CIS175CB

Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services



Infrastructure (2) OR

+

MST253

Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Di
rectory Services



Infrastructure (3)

2
-
3


+

CIS175DB

Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (3) OR


MST150

Microsoft Windows Professional
(3)

3

+

CIS190

Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) OR



CNT140

Cisco Networking Basics (4)

OR


CNT140A
A

Cisco Networking Fundamentals (4)

3
-
4
4


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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Network Administration: Microsoft Windows

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.
A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
28
-
31


Major Code:
5124

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


(CCL in Network Administration: Microsoft Windows continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions
. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 29
-
30


+

CIS266

Network Service and Support

4

+

CIS270

Essentials of Network and Information Security

3


+

MST152
++
DA

Microsoft Windows
2000
Server
(Any module)

(4)
OR

+

MST152DB

Microsoft

Windows 2003 Server (4)

4


Restricted Electives:None


Free Electives:None


General Education:None


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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Network Administration: Cisco Network
Associate

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term
:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
31
-
32


Major Code:
5205

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions.

Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 30
-
32


Description:

The
CCL (
Certificate of Completion
)

(CCL)

in Network Administration: Cisco Network Associate
provides students with background knowledge and skills required for learning

the specific tasks and industry
recognized standards associated with computer networks and data communications. This program also prepares
students to complete the required certification tests for Cisco certification.


Program Notes:

+ indicates course ha
s prerequisite and/or corequisites

++ indicates any module.

Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.

The Network core courses will also prepare students towards certification in Microsoft and Novell.


Admission Criter
ia:None


Program Prerequisites
: Credits: 6


CIS105

Survey of Computer Information Systems

3


CRE101

Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR



Equivalent by assessment


Required Courses:
Credits:
31
-
32

30
-
32

+

BPC170

Computer Maintenance I: A+ Essentials

Prep (3) OR

+

BPC270

Microcomputer Maintenance II: A+ Technician Prep (3)

3



CIS109++

LAN Operations & Concepts (Any module)

1
-
2


CIS126++

Unix Operating System (Any module)

3


+

CIS191++

Novell NetWare Systems Administration (Any module) (3) OR



MST150

Microsoft Windows Professional

3

+

CIS266

Network Service and Support

4

+

CIS270

Essential of Network and Information Security

3



CNT140

Cisco Networking Basics

(4) OR


CNT140AA

Cisco Networking Fundamentals (4)

4


+

CNT150

Cisco Networking Router Techno
logies
(4) OR

+

CNT150AA

Cisco Routing Protocols and Concepts (4)

4


+

CNT160

Cisco Switching and Intermediate Routing
(3) OR

+

CNT160AA

Cisco Local Area Networking (LAN) Switching and Wireless (4)

3
-
4



CNT170

Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies
(
3) OR

+

CNT170AA

Cisco Accessing the Wide

Area Network (WAN) (4)

3
-
4

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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Network Administration: Cisco Network
Associate

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability
:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
31
-
32


Major Code:
5205

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


(CCL in Network Administration: Cisco Network Associate contin
ued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 30
-
32


Restricted Electives:None


Free Electives:None


General Education:None

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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Network Administration: Cisco

Network
Professional

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
31


Major Code:
5328

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Rec
eiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Description:

The Certificate of Completion
(CCL)
in Network Administration: Cisco Network Professional equip
students with marketable skills f
or learning the specific tasks and industry
-
recognized standards associated with
network professional who can install, configure, and troubleshoot local and wide area networks for enterprise
organizations with networks comprised of 100 to 500 or more nodes
. The coursework emphasizes security,
converged networks, quality of service (QoS), virtual private networks (VPN), broadband technologies, and
integrating technologies in the network infrastructure. The program also prepares students to complete the
requi
red certification tests in Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification, which indicates
advanced or journeyman knowledge of networks.


Program Notes:

+ indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

++ indicates any module.

Students mu
st earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.

The Network core courses will also prepare students towards certification in Microsoft and Novell.


Admission Criteria:None


Program Prerequisites: Credits:
31
-
32

30
-
32



Network Administ
ration: Cisco Network Associate (5205)

31
-
32
30
-
32


Required Courses:Credits
31

+

CIS266

Network Service and Support

4

+

CIS270

Essential of Network and Information Security

3

+

CNT145

Voice and Data Cabling

4

+

CNT186

Fundamentals of Wireless LANs

4

+

CNT
200

CCNP: Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI)

4

+

CNT210

Cisco CCNP II: Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks

4

+

CNT220

Cisco CCNP: Building Multilayer Switched Networks

4

+

CNT230

Cisco CCNP IV: Optimizing Converged Networks

4

+

CNT2
40

Cisco Voice over IP

4


Restricted Electives:None


Free Electives:None


General Education:None

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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:

Network Security

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
C
ollege Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
26


Major Code:
5188

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Prop
osed Total Program Credits To: 22


Description:

The Certificate of Completion
(CCL)
in Network Security program is designed to equip students with
marketable skills and knowledge for adaptation to specific tasks and industry recognized standards associated

with computer networks and data communications. This program also prepares students to complete the
required certification tests for several industry certifications, including Cisco
, CompTia

and
Security +
.
, and
Global Information Assurance
Relevant
Cert
ifications (GIAC). Relevant certification tests are identified in
Windows, and other
individual course descriptions.


Program Notes:

+ indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

++ indicates any module.

Students must earn a grade of "C" or b
etter for all courses within the program.

The Network core courses will also prepare students towards certification in CISCO
and

Microsoft
and
CompTia.


Admission Criteria:None


Program Prerequisites:
Credits 26
-
31

3

+

CIS170

Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN)

Technologies (3) OR



CCNA Industry Certification

3


Certificate of Completion in Network Administration: CISCO (5205)

30
-
31


Certificate of Completion in Network Administration: Microsoft Windows 2000 (5124)

26
-
28


Certificate of Completion in Network Ad
ministration: Microsoft Windows NT (5120)

29
-
30


Certificate of Completion in Network Administration: Novell (5122)

30
-
31


Certificate of Completion in Network Administration: UNIX
-
Solaris (5123)

30
-
31


Required Courses:
Credits:
26

22


CIS175CG

Designing a

Secure Microsoft 2000 Network (3) OR

+

MST259

Designing Windows Network Security (3)

3


+

CIS238US

UNIX Security
(3) OR


CIS271DL

Linux Security (3)

3



CIS247DA

Cyber Forensics and Incident Handling

3

+

CIS270

Essentials of Network and Information Securi
ty

3

+

CIS271DA

Security Certified Professional (SCP)
-

Hardening the Infrastructure

3

+

CIS272DA

Security Certified Professional (SCP)
-

Network Defense and Countermeasures

3

+

CNT185

Cisco Network Security

4


CNT186

Fundamentals of Wireless LANs

4


PHI21
4

Business Ethics

3

+

CNT182

Cisco Secure Pix Firewall Configuration

3


AJS123

Ethics and the Administration of Justice

3


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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:

Network Security

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
MCC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 F
all

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
26


Major Code:
5188

CIPS Code:
11.09.01

Initiator:
Mark Anderson

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Computer
Information Systems (12)


(CCL in Network Security continued)


PROP
OSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Proposed Total Program Credits To: 22


Restricted Electives:None


Free Electives:None


General Education:None

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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Quality Customer Service

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating College:
RSC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
64


Major Code:
3810

CIPS Code:
52.04.11

Initiator:
Mary Hannaman

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Business /


Management (03)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Description:

The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in Quality Customer Service is designed to
provide students with training to meet the requirements for employment. Co
urses will be offered in Customer
Service, Teamwork, Communication Skills (both written and oral), and Professional Development.


Program Notes:

Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.

+ indicates course ha
s a prerequisite and/or corequisites.

++ indicates any module.


Admission Criteria:
None.


Program Prerequisites:

None.


Required Courses:

Credits: 16
-
17


Certificate of Completion in Quality Customer Service (CCL/5728)

16
-
17


Restricted Electives:

Credits
: 22
-
23

Students will choose one of the following for a total of 22
-
23 credits.


Students must choose 22
-
23 industry/job specific
course

credits
and have them approved by the department
chair,

or choose 22
-
23 industry/job specific course credits

from the l
ist of Restricted Electives.

These
industry/job specific credits must include a minimum of 9 credits with a common prefix.


AIR+++++

Any AIR Airline Operations course

BTO+++++

Any BTO Business Technology for the Office course

COV+++++

Any COV Covey course

CSI+++++

Any CSI Credit Services Industry course

CSR+++++

Any CSR Customer Service Representative course

GBS+++++

Any GBS General Business course

HSA+++++

Any HSA Human Services Administration course

MGT+++++

Any MGT Management course

PAD+++++

Any PAD Pub
lic Administration Course

PGR+++++

Any PGR Professional Growth course

PHT+++++

Any PHT Pharmacy Technology course

PRM+++++

Any PRM Property Management course

SBS+++++

Any SBS Small Business Management course

TLT+++++

Any TLT Telecommunications Technology c
ourse

TQM+++++

Any TQM Total Quality Management course

TVL+++++

Any TVL Travel Agent Technology course

UCS+++++

Any UCS Utilities Customer Service course


OR


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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Quality Customer Service

Award Type:
AAS

Initiatin
g College:
RSC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
64


Major Code:
3810

CIPS Code:
52.04.11

Initiator:
Mary Hannaman

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Business /


Managemen
t (03)


(AAS in Quality Customer Service continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Certificate of Completion in Human Services

Assistance: Customer Service (5804)

Students must also choose 4
-
5 industry/job specific elective
credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certificate of Completion in Human Services

Specialist: Customer Service (5104)

Students must also choose 11
-
12 industry/job specific elective credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certifi
cate of Completion in Human Services

Long Term Care: Customer Service (5110)

Students must also choose 8
-
9 industry/job specific elective credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certificate of Completion in Automobile Insurance: Customer Servi
ce (5171)

Students must also choose 1
-
2 industry/job specific elective credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certificate of Completion in Automobile Policy: Customer Service (5497)

Students must also choose 11
-
12 industry/job specific electi
ve credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certificate of Completion in Insurance: Customer Service (5111)

Students must also choose 8
-
9 industry/job specific elective credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certificate of Complet
ion in Insurance Claims and Losses: Customer Service (5496)

Students must also choose
11
-
12


13
-
14
industry/job specific elective credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certificate of Completion in Motor Vehicle: Customer Service (5634)

Stude
nts must also choose 11
-
12 industry/job specific elective credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certificate of Completion in Utilities: Customer Service (5310)

Students must also choose 3
-
7 industry/job specific elective credits from the lis
t of Restricted Electives.


OR

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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Quality Customer Service

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating College:
RSC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
64


Major Code:
3810

CIPS Code:
52.04.11

Initiator:
Mary Hannaman

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Business /


Management (03)


(AAS in Quality Customer Service continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Certificate o
f Completion in Credit Counseling: Customer Service (5176)

Students must also choose 10
-
11 industry/job specific elective credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certificate of Completion in Travel Agency: Customer Service (5736)

Students must

also choose
7

6
-

8 industry/job specific elective credits from the list of Restricted Electives.


OR


Certificate of Completion in Pharmacy Benefits Management: Customer Service (5335)

Students must also choose 10
-
11 industry/job specific elective cred
its from the list of Restricted Electives.


Free Electives:

None.


General Education Requirements:
Credits: 25


General Education:

Credits: 15


First
-
Year Composition

+

ENG101

First
-
Year Composition (3) AND

+

ENG102

First
-
Year Composition (3) OR

+

ENG111

T
echnical Writing (3)

6


Oral Communication




+

COM230

Small Group Communication

3


Critical Reading





+

CRE101

Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR

+

CRE111

Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR



Equivalent as indicated by assessment

3


Mathematics





+

MAT102

Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR



Satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematics course

3


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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Quality Customer Service

Award Type:
AAS

Initiating College:
RSC

Effective
First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
64


Major Code:
3810

CIPS Code:
52.04.11

Initiator:
Mary Hannaman

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:
Business /


Management (03)


(AAS in Quality C
ustomer Service continued)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


General Education Distribution:

Credits: 10


Humanities and Fine Arts



Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area.

3


Natural Science
s





Any approved general education course in the Natural Sciences area.

4


Social and Behavioral Sciences




Any approved general education course in the Social and Behavioral Sciences area

3

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Proposal Development Type:
OPM

Program Title:
Insurance Claim
s and Losses: Customer
Service

Award Type:
CCL

Initiating College:
RSC

Effective First Year Term:
2008 Fall

Program Availability:
College Specific

Overall G.P.A.:
2.0

Total Credits:
11

Major Code:
5496

CIPS Code:
52.08.03

Initiator:
Mary Hannaman

Instruct
ional Council Receiving Proposal:
Business
Management (03)


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions)


Description:

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Insurance Claims and Losses: Customer Service is
designed to provide students wit
h the knowledge and skills to meet job requirements in the insurance claims and
loss reporting industry. The courses cover basic insurance concepts, account handling procedures, and steps to
record claims
for property and other types of losses.

such as wea
ther
-
related and glass loss.

Additional
topics include communications, listening skills, and customer service strategies.


Program Notes:

Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required

within the program.

+ indicates course has prerequ
isites and/or corequisites.


Admission Criteria:
None.


Program Prerequisites:

None.


Required Courses:

Credits:
11
9


+

CSR244

Insurance Loss Reporting Overview

3

+

CSR246

Insurance Loss Reporting Customer Service

3

+

CSR264

Insurance Claims

3

+

CSR266

Insurance Loss Reporting and Claims

2


Restricted Electives:

None.


Free Electives:

None.


General Education:
None.


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Description

The Maricopa County Community College District Associate in Business General Requirements

(ABus GR) degree requires a total of

62
-
63 semester credits for the program of study. The degree has three major
components:

I. MCCCD General Education, which includes Arizona General Education

Curriculum for Business
(AGEC
-
B),


II. Common Lower Division Program Requirements,

III. G
eneral Electives.


Purpose of the Degree

The ABus GR degree is designed for students who plan to transfer to Arizona’s public universities into majors that
articulate with the Associate in Business General Requirements pathway
and
for students who plan to

complete
lower division course work toward a baccalaureate program at other degree granting institutions.

All business
majors except Accountancy and Computer Information Systems should follow the ABus GR pathway. Accountancy
majors should follow the Tran
sfer Guide (TG
-
XR) pathway. Computer Information Systems majors should follow
the Associate in Business Special Requirements pathway.



The degree transfers as a block without loss of credit to Arizona's public universities
and other institutions with
di
strict
-
wide articulation agreements
.

All semester credits used to satisfy the MCCCD Associate in Business
General Requirements will apply to university graduation requirements of the university major for which the ABus
GR was designed, regardless of whethe
r the credit was awarded for completion of course work or for prior learning.
For additional information on credit awarded for prior learning assessment, see the policy on Credit for Prior
Learning in the general catalog.


Academic Policies that Govern th
e Associate in Business General Requirements Degree:




Requires 62
-
63 semester credits in courses numbered 100 and above to be completed with a grade of "C" or better




Uses the following policies to help students complete the required Core and Awareness Are
as in AGEC B without
exceeding the 35 semester credits


o

Courses can satisfy a Core Area and one or two Awareness Areas simultaneously.

o

A course cannot be used to satisfy more than one Core Area requirement.




Uses the following policies to help students c
omplete the program requirements at a minimum of 62 semester
credits but not more than 63 semester credits:




Courses can satisfy multiple areas within the degree simultaneously (AGEC B Core Area, AGEC B Awareness
Area, and/or Common Lower Division Progra
m Requirements)




Follows the general education policy below:


General Education Designations (example: (FYC), [SB], [HU], etc.)

Effective Fall 2000 the course evaluation and/or general education designation as listed in the Arizona CEG
(Course Equivalenc
y Guide) within the Arizona Course Applicability System (AZCAS) is valid for the term in
which the student is awarded credit on the transcript. A course evaluation and/or general education designation
may be subject to change. Given that curriculum is dyn
amic at both MCCCD and the institutions to which
MCCCD students transfer, students have the option to petition for general education evaluations and/or general
education designations.

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Requires courses that transfer as an equivalent course, departmental e
lective credit

(XXXXDEC), or general elective credit (Elective) at all Arizona public universities according to the Arizona
Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the Arizona Course Applicability System (AZCAS). The course
evaluation and/or general educati
on designation as listed in AZCAS is valid for the term in which the student is
awarded credit on the transcript




Follows the graduation policies within the general catalog




Includes both courses and their modular equivalents, either the course or the modu
lar equivalents will satisfy
the Associate in Business General Requirements




Accepts one of the courses that is cross
-
referenced with other courses




Provides for exemption from Arizona university admission requirements for students who complete the ABus
G
R degree from a regionally accredited post
-
secondary institution with a minimum 2.0 on a 4.0=A scale for
Arizona residents and a minimum 2.5 on a 4.0=A scale for non
-
residents.




Degree Requirements

The 62
-
63 semester credits required for the Associate in

Business General Requirements follow. See the list entitled
MCCCD Courses That Can Be Used to Satisfy MCCCD AGEC A, AGEC B and/or AGEC S

for specific course
information via the following website:
http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/academic/curric/




Select Tab labeled, Curriculum Procedures Handbook
-
Programs



Select Academic Programs



Select AGEC Course Matrix


The list identifies the courses in alpha
-
order by prefix as well as the different Core Area
s and Awareness Areas where
the course will apply. When selecting Mathematical Studies and Natural Sciences options, select from the appropriate
AGEC A, B, or S list.



I.

MCCCD General Education






Credits




A.

MCCCD AGEC B



1. Core Areas:







35




a. First
-
Year Composition (FYC)




6






b. Literacy and Critical Inquiry [L]




3





c. Mathematical Studies [MA/CS]




6

To complete the Mathematical Studies requirement select one course to satisfy Mathematics
[MA] B and a second course
from Comput
er/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS].





1) Mathematics [MA] B (3 credits)





MAT212, Brief Calculus, or a higher level mathematics course




AND




2) Computers/Statistics/Quantitative Applications) [CS] (3 credits).





CIS105 [CS]

Survey of C
omputer Information Systems




d. Humanities and Fine Arts [HU]




6



Students are encouraged to choose course work from more than one discipline



for a total of six semester credits
.



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e. Social and Behavioral Sciences [SB]



6



Students are en
couraged to choose course work from more than one discipline



for a total of six semester credits.






f. Natural Sciences [SQ/SG]




8




To complete the Natural Sciences requirement:




Select four (4) semester credits of [SQ] and four (4) semester c
redits of [SG] for




a total of (8) semester credits, OR eight (8) semester credits of [SQ].

Students
cannot

take eight (8) semester credits of [SG] to meet the Natural Sciences
requirement.


The lecture course(s) selected for Natural Sciences must includ
e or be accompanied by the corresponding laboratory
course. The lecture and corresponding laboratory course(s) may carry separate credit. Students should consult with an
advisor for appropriate course selection. Students should also access the AZ Course

Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the
AZ Course Applicability System (AZCAS) for information on equivalencies.



2. Awareness Areas

Students must satisfy two Awareness Areas: Cultural Diversity in the United States [C] and either
Global Awareness [G] or His
torical Awareness [H]. However, it is not necessary for students to exceed
thirty
-
five semester credits to complete the Awareness Areas because courses can satisfy a Core Area
and one or two Awareness Areas simultaneously. Therefore no additional semester

credits are required
to satisfy the two Awareness Areas.




Cultural Diversity in the United States [C]



AND



Global Awareness [G] OR



Historical Awareness [H]


II. Common Lower Division Program Requirements:





27
-
28

A total of
27
-
28

credits are
required to satisfy the Common Lower Division Program Requirements.

However, if students select courses that simultaneously satisfy multiple areas of the degree, then the

number of semester credits required for Common Lower Division Program Requirements is

reduced. Additional
semester credits may be required in General Electives to complete the minimum 62
-
63 total

program semester credits.



Complete the following:


Accounting:

*

ACC111


Accounting Principles I AND

ACC230


Uses of Accounting Information

I AND

ACC240


Uses of Accounting Information II


OR

**

ACC211


Financial Accounting AND

ACC212


Managerial Accounting



6
-
7



*MCCCD ACC250 or ACC211 may be taken in lieu of ACC111.


**MCCCD ACC111 and ACC112 together are equivalent to ACC211.







ECN
211 [SB]

Macroeconomic Principles




3



ECN212 [SB]

Microeconomic Principles




3

GBS205


Legal, Ethical, Regulatory Issues in Business

3

GBS221 [CS]

Business Statistics




3

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Quantitative Methods Requirements vary by university


3

Students planning to a
ttend ASU will be required to take

MAT217

Mathematical Analysis for Business


or


Students attending all other AZ Universities may take

GBS220


Quantitative Methods in Business






Business Elective:

6



Select from the following options:





CIS114DE

E
xcel Spreadsheet




CIS133DA

Internet/Web Development Level I



CIS150AC

Programming Fundamentals: Accounting



CIS159 [CS]

Visual Basic Programming I



CIS162AD

C#: Level I



CIS163AA [CS]

Java Programming: Level I



GBS151


Introduction to Business



GB
S233 [L]

Business Communication



GBS 220

Quantitative Methods in Business



GBS110 OR

Human Relations in Business and Industry



MGT251

Human Relations in Business



**GBS 220

Quantitative Methods in Business



**MAT217

Mathematical Analysis for Business




**MAT218

Mathematical Analysis for Business





IBS101


Introduction to International Business



MGT253

Owning and Operating a Small Business



REA179


Real Estate Principles I



REA180


Real Estate Principles II

**If course used to satisfy Common Lo
wer Division Program Requirements, it can not be used to satisfy
Business Electives.


III.

General Electives


Select courses to complete a minimum of 62 semester credits but no more than a total

of 63 semester credits. General Electives semester credits m
ay be necessary if courses

selected for the degree satisfy multiple areas. For appropriate course selection, students

should consult an advisor.



Students must select courses that are acceptable as an equivalent course, departmental elective

credit (XXX
XDEC), or general elective credit (Elective) at all Arizona public universities

according to the Arizona Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the Arizona Course Applicability System
(AZCAS). For appropriate cour
se selection, students should consult with an advisor.


ABus

GR Degree Total Credits:

62
-
63